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No property bubble, help the first-time home buyers

I subscribe to the belief that every Malaysian should own the home they live in. Earlier article here: Own a property and stop poverty . Of course, we need to do this responsibly instead of jeopardising the whole real estate industry by simply lending to everyone who may not qualify. Overhang units show that there … Read moreNo property bubble, help the first-time home buyers

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Understanding 3 property bubble bursting signs and more

There are many reasons why a property bubble may start building and later bursting. This was a recent view from an academician. Property bubble close to bursting due to 3 reasons. Government must be ready.  This view which was published in many media outlets were widely shared and I have received it from many friends. They … Read moreUnderstanding 3 property bubble bursting signs and more

Property bubble close to bursting due to 3 reasons. Government must be ready!

Edited as at 5pm on 25th July 2018. (Added in the IDEAS paper for download at the end of the article) As well as additional comments after reading the paper. Just a few days ago, I was telling the crowd about the three signs to look out for when it comes to property bubble bursting; … Read moreProperty bubble close to bursting due to 3 reasons. Government must be ready!

Cities with potential property bubble bursting?

Someone searched in google.com for this term yesterday “not a safe investment Malaysia 2018” and was referred to kopiandproperty.com  Perhaps this person wanted to know if the property bubble is indeed bursting in 2018 as predicted by some property experts? Too bad, I am just a normal working Malaysians like majority so I can only … Read moreCities with potential property bubble bursting?

Still ‘A’ long-term ratings for Malaysia

It was considered a huge success when Malaysia managed to raise US$1.5 billion sukuk two days ago. Wait a minute, what is sukuk? Well this is definition of sukuk, ‘Sukuk commonly refers to the Islamic equivalent of bonds. However, as opposed to conventional bonds, which merely confer ownership of a debt, Sukuk grants the investor … Read moreStill ‘A’ long-term ratings for Malaysia

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